Remove all openings from list of permanent openings in
Remove All Openings from slLinearizer Interface
slLinearizer interface for the
sllin = slLinearizer('scdcascade');
Generally, you configure the interface with analysis points, openings, operating points, and parameter values. For this example, add two openings to the interface.
'y1m' are the names of two feedback signals in the
scdcascade model. The
addOpening command adds these signals to the list of openings for
Remove all the openings from
To verify that all openings have been removed, display the contents of
sllin, and examine the information about the interface openings.
slLinearizer linearization interface for "scdcascade": No analysis points. Use the addPoint command to add new points. No permanent openings. Use the addOpening command to add new permanent openings. Properties with dot notation get/set access: Parameters :  OperatingPoints :  (model initial condition will be used.) BlockSubstitutions :  Options : [1x1 linearize.LinearizeOptions]
used by the
identify locations within a model where the software breaks the signal
flow. The software enforces these openings for linearization and tuning.
Use permanent openings to isolate a specific model component. Suppose
that you have a large-scale model capturing aircraft dynamics and
you want to perform linear analysis on the airframe only. You can
use permanent openings to exclude all other components of the model.
Another example is when you have cascaded loops within your model
and you want to analyze a specific loop.
Location refers to a specific block output port within a model. For convenience, you can use the name of the signal that originates from this port to refer to an opening.
You can add permanent openings to an
when you create the interface or by using the
addOpening command. To remove a location
from the list of permanent openings, use the
To view all the openings of
the command prompt to display the interface contents. For each permanent
s, the display includes the block name
and port number and the name of the signal that originates at this
location. You can also programmatically obtain a list of all the permanent
loop openings using
Introduced in R2013b